The protesters and their graffiti have issued messages of economic frustration, some directed at high-end restaurants and their diners.
You’ve read love letters from diners to restaurants during the pandemic. Here’s one from a restaurant to its customers.
The photographer’s new coffee table book documents the 1980s rock scene from onstage and backstage.
Cartoonists are also commenting on interactions between police and the protestors.
The success of Danler’s novel about New York’s restaurant scene sets a high bar.
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By day, TV news can almost make America’s civil unrest seem manageable. Then comes the night.
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While officials have provided general guidelines for businesses and social gatherings, there is little (or no?) information on how families should transition out of shelter-in-place.
The plant’s design is one of replication and symmetry, which comes to life in Sophia McCrocklin’s fabric works.
Michigan’s governor has become a national figure amid a pandemic, a flood, protests, lawsuits, Biden’s interest in her as a vice presidential pick — and her battles with Trump.
Caesar Junker had to get stitches on his forehead and surgery to repair his ear.
Top city officials say they pushed back against federal takeover permitted by Home Rule act.
The monolith commemorates the mustering of Alexandria citizens at the start of the Civil War.
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Such displays are forbidden under soccerâ€™s rules but have gone unpunished in the past.
The schools are aiming to play the rivalry’s 94th consecutive installment at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium for the first time.